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If it doesn't matter at all why did samsung bother writing a warning in the quick start guide ? (Yeah some of us do read those things)

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Not true, it doesn't matter at all. Just use it, batteries nowadays are smart batteries and they will calibrate them selves.

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Looks pretty good! I was worried about battery life because of the large screen size of the device, but it looks like the large battery has made a suitable buffer for this :]
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If it doesn't matter at all why did samsung bother writing a warning in the quick start guide ? (Yeah some of us do read those things)

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Thats for noobs. Bottom line is it isnt necessary. Did the same with my one x, s3 you name it.

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This is after todays usage.
I did a bunch of benchmarks with it that you can see here
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I think battery life is really impressive. I got a little over 10 hours of screen time out of it.

With normal everyday usage I might get throught 2 days without charging or one day with a good reserve.

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This is about correct! Have used one hours screen time and have 90% left
 
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Can, t post screen shots this evening but I'll post what I know of my battery life so far:
From a full charge I have had 3 hours 47 minutes of continuous screen time and 61% battery left. I've had quite a lot of network activity installing 144 appps, restoring data, answeing email, and reading here in this forum. I'd also been playing with the camera and watching recorded files. It's looking like I could see close to 10 hours of this sort of use. Considering my normal use for my phone and/or tablet I'll be able to go 2 days on a full charge. With a charger on hand at bedtime I'm not likely to ever run the battery down past 30% (rough estimate).

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Here is my Note II battery usage. which I posted in another post already

First day
Out of box without charging at all. Used it from around 49% to 3% for around 5 hours+ Screenshot attached.

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The night before charged from 3% to 100% with my Note II power on for around 9 hours. Then unplugged and heavy using from 100% to 10%, it stayed more than 14 hours. I am saying this is pretty good juice. Screenshot attached.

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Got up this morning dully charged been on it listening to music and videos through bluetooth everything turned on wifi data sync the lot while browsing forums and internet and other messingand its gone down to 82% left if I did this all day I would get about 10hours continue playback which I will never do at work probly get 2 days time will tell .its looking good

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This is the best battery time with no tweaks and all running ...still at 33 % .... I am soooo satisfied....now my s3 going on sale

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